EME1046 Principles of Thermodynamics
Tri 1, 2014/15

Tutorial 1a: Introduction and Fundamental Concepts
1. (a) Convert 223C into K.
(b) Convert 1.31 bar into kN/m2.
(c) Convert 4250 Pa into atm.
(d) Convert 1 kgf/cm2 into psi.
2. (a) A vacuum gage connec
Project P3.8 Ultimate Load of a Beam Under Pure Bending
ABSTRACT
Bending of beams is a frequently encountered loading situation in practice. A slender member
subject to traverse loads is termed as a beam under bending. At any crosssection, the traverse
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EEM1016 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1
TRIMESTER 1, 2016/2017
BIG EXERCISES CHAPTER 1 WEEK 3 DIFFERENTIATION
1) Find the derivatives using differentiation rules.
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a) y 2 x 2 5 2 x 3
x
b) y
7x2 6
x2 5
c) z 4 t 1 t 2
d) y
e) y
1
x 1
x 5
x
2
1
3 x 2 5x 4
2)
UC Berkeley College of Chemistry
Chemistry 125
Physical Chemistry Laboratory
Bomb Calorimetry and Heat of
Combustion
Author:
Collaborators:
Jonathan Melville
David Gygi and Effie Zhou
Graduate Student Instructor:
Marieke Jager
November 7, 2014
1
Abstract
Series and Power/Taylor Series Summary
November 21, 2004
By Prof. Bernardo M. brego.
1
Important Examples of Series
1. Geometric Series. (a 6= 0)
X
n=0
axn = a + ax + ax2 + ax3 +
If x < 1, then it is convergent and has sum S =
2. Harmonic Series
a
1x ,
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
LAB SHEET
PRINCIPLES OF THERMODYNAMICS
EME1046
TRIMESTER 1 (2016/2017)
Experiment 1
Bomb Calorimeter
Experiment 2
Marcet Boiler
Note: Students are strongly advised to read through the lab sheets before doing experiments
Abstract
This experiment was carried out to determine the relationship between the pressure and the
temperature of saturated steam in equilibrium. Besides that this experiment was also done to
demonstrate the vapor pressure curve. The Marcet Boiler was us
Abstract
In this experiment, we used a bomb calorimeter to determine the amount of water in kg
equivalent to the calorimeter. By making the pressure constant at 10 bars (1 MPa) of oxygen inside
the bomb, we can completely burn the fuel inside the bomb. Wi
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Assignment2 solution
Ch4
1. VENTURI METER
Water at 80F d1 = 5cm = 0.05m
dthroat = d2 = 2.5cm = 0.025m
Re = 105
Discharge coeff., C = 0.97
Pwater = pw = 995.8 kg/m3
Water dynamic viscosity, = 8.6104 kg/ms
Rethroat
u2 d 2
u2
Re
d 2
105 8.6 104
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Trim3, 2015/16
EME 2066 Measurement and Instrumentation
Assignment2
Due date of Assignment2: 13/5/16
Ch4 Flow measurements
1. A venturi is used to measure flow of water at 80F in a 6cm diameter line. The venturi
has a throat diameter of 2.5cm and disc
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
LAB REPORT
APPLIED STATICS
EME 1016
TRIMESTER 1 (2016/2017)
Abstract
The objective of this experiment was to investigate the properties of friction
forces, specifically static friction force (FS), kinetic friction for
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
LAB REPORT
PRINCIPLES OF THERMODYNAMICS
EME1046
PT1: BOMB CALORIMETER
TRIMESTER 1 (2016/2017)
1.0
Introduction
Bomb calorimeter consists of a cylindrical stainless steel vessel, called bomb
and is capable of withstandin
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
LAB REPORT
PRINCIPLES OF THERMODYNAMICS
EME1046
PT2: MARCET BOILER
TRIMESTER 1 (2016/2017)
1.0
Introduction
In this experiment, a Marcet boiler was used to investigate the relationship
between saturated pressure and tem
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
LAB REPORT
EXPERIMENT 2: FRICTION
EME 1016
APPLIED STATICS
TRIMESTER 1 (2016/2017)
Lab Group
Name
Wong Chin Tang
Muhamad Fareq
Ikhwan bin Asari
5
ID
1141126350
1151302873
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EME1016 Applied Statics
EET2166 Introduction to Electrical Power and Machines
Chapter 6: Synchronous Machines
Chapter 6: Synchronous Machines
5.0 Objectives
In this chapter, the following topics will be discussed pertaining to Synchronous Machines.
Constructional Details
Princip
EET2166 Introduction to Electrical Power and Machines
Chapter 6: Synchronous Machines
Chapter 6: Synchronous Machines
5.0 Objectives
In this chapter, the following topics will be discussed pertaining to Synchronous Machines.
Constructional Details
Princip
DC machine operates with DC electrical
power not with AC and is suitable for
variable speed operation
Induction machine operates with AC
power and is suitable for variable speed
operation
Synchronous machine operates with AC
power and is suitable for co
Example 5.1
A 3phase synchronous generator produces an opencircuit line voltage of 6920 when the
dc excitation (field) current is 50 A. The ac terminals are then shortcircuited and the
three line currents are found to be 800 A. (a) Calculate the synchr
EET2166
Chapter 2: Transformers
Chapter 2: TRANSFORMERS
2.1
INTRODUCTION
The transformer is basically a static device in which two or more stationary electric circuits
are coupled magnetically, the windings being linked by a common timevarying magnetic f
Learning Outcome:
Understand Safety issues in
EleIctrical Installations
1
The electrical distribution system in a building is the
final link between the consumer and the original
source of electrical energy
All such inhouse distribution systems ,be they
Learning Outcome:
Identify the basic functions of protective
devices in a power system
1
Reliable and safe operation of power system
depends on protective devices to sense fault
conditions and disconnect malfunctioning
equipment.
Protective devices must p
Chapter 3a POWER GENERATION
3.0 INTRODUCTION
Electrical power systems are
the most complex systems built by mankind.
large
very expensive.
complex  with respect to physical size and number of
interacting variables.
A power system comes into existence to
EME 2066 Measurement and Instrumentation
CHAPTER 1
1.0
BASIC CONCEPTS AND ANALYSIS OF DATA
Introduction
Many importance theories in science and engineering are come from experiments. To
collect useful data from experiment, engineers need to know how to me
CHAPTER 4
DIFFUSION
4.1 Control Volume Analysis of Diffusion
The Fick's first law states that the rate of diffusion flux is proportional to the concentration gradient.
=
1
=
= ( ) and the constant diffusion coefficient,
where the concentration,
> 0.
Consi
EME 2066 Measurement and Instrumentation
CHAPTER 2
BASIC ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT AND SENSING DEVICES
2.0
Measurement Devices
In engineering works, engineer need to measure variety of physical properties, such as
pressure, temperature, velocity, displacemen
Chapter 2
Crystalline And Noncrystalline
Structures
1
2.1 INTRODUCTION
Properties of some materials are directly related to their crystal
structures
Example; magnesium, which has a certain crystal structure, is
more brittle than gold, which has a differ
Chapter 1
Atomic Structure &
Interatomic Bonding
1
1.1 INTRODUCTION
Some solid material properties depend on:
The geometrical atomic arrangements
Interactions between the constituent atoms or
molecules.
This chapter discusses:
1. Atomic structures
2.